To help improve the opportunities for area students, Laramie County School District No. 2, in partnership with LCCC and Advanced Comfort Solutions, will receive a grant of $118,000 from the Wyoming Department of Education.
The board will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 12, in the Petersen Board Room.
If necessary, an executive session may follow the meeting. Board meetings are open to the public; executive sessions are not.
British documentary filmmaker and author Tim Slessor will be in Cheyenne on Thursday, Nov. 6, speaking to the public at Laramie County Community College's Ludden Library as part of Chadron State College's pilot Practitioner-in-Residence program.
Frank Bucaro will present "Trust Me! Insights to Ethical Leadership" at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 11, in the LCCC Center for Conferences and Institutes, Union Pacific Centennial Room. The event is free and open to the public.
Students who take business courses at Laramie County Community College now have the assurance that those courses will meet requirements for two specific bachelor's degrees in business at the University of Wyoming, as a result of new articulation agreements between the two institutions.
The board will hold an executive session at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 15, to discuss a personnel matter. The board will take action on that discussion during the regular meeting at 7 p.m. in the Petersen Board Room.
A cover photo illustration by Laramie County Community College's student newspaper, Wingspan, was named second place in the small college category in the Society of Professional Journalists' national Mark of Excellence competition in Nashville earlier this month.
If you've been having trouble with your campus ID this semester, the issue has now been resolved. This situation only impacts new students and employees who are using their IDs to pay for dining services. Please note that no new cards are needed.
You have gotten an email from me letting you know of a "course" you must complete before registering for spring 2015 classes in November that has to do with three important issues on college campuses nation-wide.
The recent outbreak of Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) has caused Laramie County Community College to tighten its biosecurity measures, especially around the areas where the college houses its horses, pigs, sheep and cattle.